Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of Ukraine, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke over the phone today. Both leaders talked about the current conflict in Ukraine.
Mr. Modi underscored the need for a swift end to hostilities as well as the necessity of continuing along the path of negotiation and diplomacy.
He reiterated India’s willingness to support any peace initiatives and his steadfast belief that there cannot be a military solution to the situation.
The UN Charter, international law, and the sovereignty and territorial integrity of every state were all reiterated by the prime minister.
He highlighted how crucial it is for India that nuclear sites are safe and secure, particularly those in Ukraine. Mr. Modi emphasized that putting nuclear facilities in jeopardy may have devastating effects on the environment and public health.
In addition, the two presidents discussed crucial areas of bilateral cooperation in follow-up to their previous meeting in Glasgow in November of last year.